How to Match Your Wedding Theme to Your Wedding Music
Perhaps you are ready to get married and you have already set a date but cannot seem to agree on the wedding music. While you might love dancehall music, your spouse might be in love with country music, making it hard for you to choose the wedding music. Now that you are getting ready to … Continue reading “How to Match Your Wedding Theme to Your Wedding Music”
Why You Need a Live Band for your Wedding
We’ve all been to weddings where the bride or groom’s cousin/friend-of-a-friend does the DJing for their wedding. Sometimes it can be…passable, but it can also be a disaster! They may not take into consideration your song requests. The may play tired and hackneyed old wedding music (Hokey-Pokey, Chicken Dance, etc.) They may decide your wedding … Continue reading “Why You Need a Live Band for your Wedding”
The Perfect Corporate Event Music
THE JAZZ TRIO Perfect for Cocktails, Dinner and Corporate Events. Let’s find out what makes this ensemble work so well… The Perfect Ensemble Piano Bass Sax The Perfect Repertoire The purpose of the Jazz Trio is to provide background music for your cocktails, dinner or corporate event. The music includes repertoire from Gershwin, Duke Ellington, … Continue reading “The Perfect Corporate Event Music”
My Cocktails/Dinner are in different rooms.
Let’s say you are using our Chicago Jazz Trio (Piano, Bass and Sax) for Cocktails and Dinner. The Chicago Jazz Trio can easily move from the cocktail area into the ballroom very quickly and easily. For example, your cocktails are scheduled from 6:00-7:00pm. The Chicago Jazz Trio will play from 6:00-6:45pm and move into the other … Continue reading “My Cocktails/Dinner are in different rooms.”
Only one chance for a First Impression
“Do I really need live music for my cocktail hour?” YES! The cocktail hour is the first impression your guests will have of your reception. If you use piped in music or no music, your guests will think you have a DJ. A solo pianist or Jazz Trio will create the perfect atmosphere. You know … Continue reading “Only one chance for a First Impression”
Two Rooms = Two Weddings
Make sure you keep your bar or sweet table inside the room where you are having dancing. If they are outside the room or way off in remote corners, your dance floor will be diluted. Keep the focus on the dance floor. You don’t want to have three different areas your guests can wander off … Continue reading “Two Rooms = Two Weddings”
How is my Wedding like a Movie?
Think of the last great movie you saw. Each scene had its own feel to it. A chase scene uses fast exciting music to add to the drama. A romantic scene uses beautiful sweeping love songs to enhance the mood. What if you used the same music for both? What would that romantic scene be … Continue reading “How is my Wedding like a Movie?”